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troops have been deployed to the hardest-hit states of kentucky, indiana and missouri. jacqui jeras is here with me in the weather center keeping a close watch on all of this. let's talk about what concentrated areas are kind of in the bull's-eye, so to speak right now. florida among them. >> north florida and southern parts of georgia. it's really this squall line we are looking at right here that has the most potential for producing tornadic storms. right now there are no tornado warnings that are in effect. some of those thunderstorms could produce wind damage in excess of 60 miles per hour. sometimes those real down burst winds can cause as much damage as a tornado. you still need to stay indoors. another place that we are watching that's included in this tornado threat is jacksonville, florida. there you can see a live picture from jacksonville at this time. it's extremely windy. that's why you see all that crazy shaking going on on the camera there. 86 degrees. it's a very warm, very moist, ripe atmosphere. as that cold front starts to come on down and move into the region, th
sunday. susan candiotti, cnn, indiana. >> thank you very much. this has been a day of taking stock for victims of that deadly rash of tornados that hit 11 states. many lost everything. the extreme weather claimed at least 39 lives in kentucky, indiana, ohio, iand georgia. no corner of this small town was spared. homes annihilated and trees plucked out of the ground and there were scenes like this all over the midwest and south tonight. the number of people killed from the storm has risen to 21 in kentucky. despite damage, we are hearing stories of survival. here's tim in the hard hit town. >> reporter: on the out skirts of west liberty, kentucky, tornado survivors return home. >> this was your house? >> this was my house, yes. >> where is the house now? >> across the street in the parking lot. >> the rubble is across the street. that's your house? >> yes. >> she had only moments to make it into the basement and rode out the storm. >> can you believe you are safe and sound? >> it was all rather quickly. so quickly that i did not have a lot of time to think. you think back on it and
against the clock to find survivors still stuck in this rubble. we're live in indiana with the latest. >> dave: and mitt romney steals another victory taking the washington state caucuses. is this the momentum he needs just two days before super tuesday, clayton? >> thank you, dave. the next time you want to fly you may want to listen to your flight attendant and turn off your cell phone. how a passenger's blackberry causes chaos in the sky. are you paying attention? ♪ >> good morning, everybody, thanks for waking up early with us, we know you want to know what happened through the midwest and the south. we begin with a fox news weather alert, the death toll from the twister outbreak is up to 38 people, and towns have been leveled and people's lives were destroyed in a blink of an eye. >> we looked through the back window in the basement and see the debris flying by and when it was done i, walked in the front porch and told the neighbor he'd lost his building. >> that man describing what he went through in piner, kentucky and we're hearing similar stories from all over the south an
in indiana, the only -- a populatoddler was found in a field in indiana, the only member of her family to survive. we begin in henryville, indiana. >> this is the aftermath of the ef-4 tornado. the town of henryville, you have to look hard to find a building with all four walls and roof. the storm was clocked at 175 m.p.h. and tomorrow the tedious clean-up begins. in henryville, they knew something was coming, but no storm warning could prepare the small town for this. >> you could hear the wind, the flashes of light. >> the tornado came through so quickly, this woman was not able to escape the high school where she worked. she hobbled with her son and 10 other students in the principal's office while the roof was ripped away. >> we are all alive. that is all that matters. >> the twister that came through kentucky is one of dozens, part of a system that brought 100 portis through the country's midsection, from the ohio valley to the gulf coast. >> we had no power, no remote radio, nothing. the only thing we had was our phone. >> in alabama cell phone warnings to save the people who hav
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of the tornadoes that destroyed parts of southern indiana. some who survive reasonable doubt reliving the horror while others are reaching out to help their neighbors. >> once there is a sense of order it is easier to heal. when it is so crazy messy it is just -- overwhelming. it is just too hard. emotionally to be able to function. >> whole entire life, 27 years, my wife, my daughters is gone. i have people -- helping us look for stuff. >> your house picked up and moved. >> yes. oz." costello is live in indiana. i will tell you, if only "wizard of oz." that would have just been fable, just a story. alex. marysville, indiana. that gentleman that talked about his whole life is strewn about the field. take a look behind me. this is the heartwarming thing i would say, you know, for those of us that cover disasters, america always does this. it always agents very quickly. take a look behind me. 24 hours or a little more than 24 hours later, you now have heavy machinery that moved in. there's nothing left of marysville, indiana. walk over here. i found this particularly heartwarming. this pile here,
news. the second tornado outbreak this week. cameras captured this apparent twister in borden, indiana, late friday and this morning. nbc news is confirming at least 32 deaths in three states. the storms moved east overnight in charlotte, north carolina. the severe weather destroyed homes and damaged others and some brand new video shows several dozen trees laying on the ground and debris littering that ground there. many parts of tennessee were affected from the city of ottawa. we just received this video showing damage filling the street and stuck with trees. many homes lost parts of their roof, but most devastation is in southern indiana. this in the town of henriville and we're getting a good look at the damage and entire homes are ripped from their foundations and are surrounded by dozens of downed trees. the most dramatic image may be the school busses tossed around like toys. children escaped to safety just moments before the storm struck. those who survived are stunned at the destruction, but they do remain hopeful. here's what they told lester holt. >> i put her in the basemen
. his unlikely role in an indiana nun's path to sainthood. >>> revealing investigations, fascinating characters, stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with tonight's hosts, randi kaye and dr. sanjay gupta. >> good evening. we begin tonight with this unbelievable story of how u.s. soldiers were used as human guinea pigs. during the cold war, the military embarked on this top-secret program to test chemical and biological weapons. >> the researchers used animals, but, believe it or not, they also used humans. volunteers from the army who had no idea what they were signing up for. >> nearly half a century later, some of these human guinea pigs, well, they're emerging from the shadows, with disturbing stories about what the military did to them and how they're being treated now. >> i enlisted. joined at 18 years of age. it was the height of the vietnam war era and i really felt a sense of duty to my country to go and serve. >> i went straight to ft. bragg. it was just the thing to do. that was my obligation, that was my duty, as an american. >> i was drafted and i was sent to ft. s
of the regions hit by the storms. at least for one community in indiana it is what is pouring in that matters most. prayers help and most of all hope. deana jones has that part of the story tonight. ♪ amazing grace how sweet the sound ♪ >> why did this happen? i don't care. it did. >> reporter: at henryville community church the focus is on healing. >> some of our folks could not get in this morning. so many of you have lost everything. many of you have lost vehicles. some of you slept in your garages last night. >> reporter: and the 80 member congregation in this small town is getting a lot of help from a disaster relief group and ordinary people. >> i got here at 6:00 a.m., at dawn when they allows us in and these guys were already here. they have had a couple of semis that have come and brought lots and lots of materials. >> reporter: from food and water to bedding and clothing they have it covered for families that lost everything in friday's storm. >> today we're just trying to see if we can organize everything to be able to distribute food, clothes, toiletries and the things they ne
week, the ousted republican secretary of state in indiana was sentenced for voter fraud. he had been convicted of six felonies, including voter fraud, and he's the guy who runs elections in the state of indiana. mitch daniels, the republican governor in indiana, had refused to appoint anybody permanently to replace this guy once he was convicted of voter fraud. the governor saying that if the felony convictions could get knocked down to misdemeanors, maybe, then he would be happy to reinstate this guy to run indiana's elections. ultimately, late last week, the republican secretary of state did not get his felony convictions busted down to misdemeanors, so he can't get back into office. and now indiana might get a democrat installed in the secretary of state's seat instead. but mitch daniels saying he wanted to put a convicted voter fraud felon in charge of the state's elections, that probably does not help mitch daniels' vice presidential chances either. which brings, of course, to the other great milk toast hope for the vice presidential running mate. that would be the forced ultras
and the south. tonight on "special report," one southern indiana town is said to be completely wiped out. state police say six people are dead so far, but that number is expected to rise. we may be in for some more as the evening progresses. we'll get the late prest the fox weather center in new york and we're working to get live reports and more information for you at the top of the hour. president obama says he is not bluffing when he says america will not allow iran to develop a nuclear weapon. wendell goler has that report. concerning the war the u.s. is already in. jennifer griffin looks at the threat of american troops being murdered by afghans as they are trying to help. a huge controversy over georgetown law student. president obama and rush limbaugh. james rosen will explain. the latest from the campaign trail ahead of supertuesday. "special report" from washington starts at 6:00 eastern. now back to new york and my colleagues with "the five." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> dana: welcome back to "the five." so yesterday, we all lost a good friend andrew breitbart. we talked a lot about it
all hoping would survive. she was a victim of last friday's deadly storm in indiana. taken from her home, found in a field, on life support. the family has made the decision to take her off life support. she is the 39th casualty now of friday's storms. >>> president obama preparing for a face-to-face showdown this morning with israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu. on the table, how to handle iran and its nuclear program. >>> and rush limbaugh stepping in it big time and the advertisers are dropping like flies, folks, bailing, because it just ain't right to call a law student a slut. why doesn't he get it? can the champion of the right overcome this or would this possibly become his imus moment. >> is it ever okay to call someone a slut? >> having been called a slut by one of my colleagues on the air, i would say it's not. so shut your cake hole, limbaugh. >> i came back to this nasty talk. >>> and this little girl we've been following. >> awful story. it's one of many we followed along the way following tornadoes. some of the pictures tend to look a lot the same. i keep calling
. >>> the weather could get pretty rough today for henriville and much of indiana, in fact. a chance of tornado dose from indianapolis. evening rain in pennsylvania and the mid-atlantic. some flooding rain from seattle to northern california. some snow in the cascades. sierras and northern rockies. 49 in seattle. 69 in sacramento. 75 in omaha.o. 80s from dallas to miami. here in the big apple, about 55. business news is next this morning, including a major announcement from best buy, closing dozens of its stores and a car that drives itself. >>> also this morning -- barbie going bald for a good cause. >>> welcome back, everybody. some big changes are coming to the thousands of factory workers who make apple's precious products. their employee announced that workers will get a shorter work week without a cut in pay. as a result of their labor practice after a string of workers' suicides. >>> best buy is closing 50 of its big box store, it will open 100 smaller mobile stores instead and emphasize customer service. >>> h&m is going upscale. the swedish company has stores around the world featuring low-
to the basket. >>> kentucky, indiana. the ncaa top-draw tonight . kentucky they've got more than likely four first round draft choices. darius miller. 102-90. they'll face baylor on sunday. >>> other winners , baylor, north carolina, and kansas. >>> andrew bogut hoping to shake an injury. >> it's always great to play in the olympic games. the greatest for your country, and i've been fortunate enough to go to two. i'd like to go to three, but if i'm not 110% healthy, i'm not going to go to the olympic games. >> you know what you do for as much time as you're going to spend, haven't prorated your contract, and let the government pay for your time. [ laughter ] >> that's a good one! it might not fly down there, but we'll give it a go! >> i appreciate you getting to see that. that's investigative reporting. you know what i mean? when you get involved with the australian government, it takes me from a little toy department guy to a head of state dealing with heads of state. >> that doesn't happen every day. >> couple times a week. >>> golf is going to be pretty hot this weekend. tiler woods a c
from twisters in indiana, a world is learning about a school bus driver keeping kids safe and calm. she saw the tornado while driving her bus with 11 children on board, her quick thinking got them to safety just before the bus got tossed around. michael has a video of the heart pounding race against mother nature. >> reporter: it's 3:15 p.m., march 27ened, storm sirens are whaling , the 36,000-pound school intuse no match for the tornado. debris flying, lightning flashing, watch how the bus moves across the parking lot, slams in to a car, and then is lifted and carried across the road crashing in to a diner. the bus microphone picking up the sound of glass breaking inside the restaurant. on this bus, 13 minutes earlier, 11 children heading home, dismissed early because of the threat of severe weather. the driver reassures them. angel perry , the bus driver, scrambling to find a place to take cover. as the skies darken the chatter increases on the bus and the radio. you can hear perry as she makes her decision to turn the bus around. the bus now a minute and a half from the school. perry
in the indiana primary. it earned him just ten delegates. the primary calendar is headed to the northeast. he's not expected to do as well there. >>> it's one month since a young man was killed by a neighborhood watch volunteer. the man who shot martin is not speaking publicly about the incident, but his attorney and friend spoke to david muir. >> reporter: across the nation the rallies in support of trayvon martin, the unarmed teen shot and killed by the head of the neighborhood watch. anger growing because the man with the gun, george zimmerman, hasn't been charged. i sat down with zimmerman's lawyer. how does he react? >> i think he's surprised at the way things have taken off. it's become a national issue. that issue calling him a racist. that's not who george zimmerman is. >> you're going to argue this was a case of self-defense. >> the evidence will show that. yeah. >> are you going to use the stand your ground defense? >> i believe that will be applicable in this case. >> reporter: the stand your ground defense. someone who feels threatened has no duty to retreat. when we heard that ca
in alabama ripping off roofs and snapping power lines. as the day went on so do the storm. from indiana to kentucky and into ohio, watches turned to warnings and people took cover. storms brought heavy rains, golfball size ised hail and wind. there were multiple reports of twisters touching down and extensive damage. >> this is a huge outbreak that's going on in kentucky. >> reporter: in hamilton, dozens of injuries are reported. the storm sheared trees and ripped through buildings. one man returned to find his home of 30 years reduced to rubble. >> this is real life stuf . >> reporter: it's now a race to blocked roads. >> we are just working hard at this hour to try to make sure everybody is accounted for. >> reporter: in harrisburg illinois already beaten down from the ef4 twister just days ago, residents can only hope they will be spared a second blow. the good news is the weather should clear up by saturday morning and then the clean up and recovery efforts start. reporting from nashville. >> we have had rain most of the evening but nothing like the wind they are see in the midw
-related, imdoing a project with republican pollster, chris matthews in indiana, the first installment of the depaul university indiana battleground powell, numbers on the presidential and the u.s. senate. >> that's cute you think it is a battleground state. >> i was up late last night reading an excerpt from robert kara's new book in "the new yorker," all about lbj and the day kennedy was shot. it was fascinating. >> i was going to say i was up late reading it is will. the other thing next to it is kate boos fascinating book about a slum in mumbai. wonderful reporting and handwriting about a world we never get to see. >> we started to talk about robert moses. that's it for this edition of "the daily rundown" coming up, chris jansing. bye-bye. >>> a look at your business travel forecast. the west coast by far the worst weather of the country from washington state to oregon and northern california. a lot of heavy rain. a few showers in boston today. pretty nice throughout much of the middle portion of the country. late this afternoon, strong thunderstorms near kansas city and omaha. have a great day!
, show is complicating the clean up and recovery efforts in kentucky and indiana after a series of devastating tornadoes swept across the south and midwest. in all, 39 people were killed across five states. these pictures from a cnn aye reporter in indiana showed the terrifying power of one of the storms. here's more now of the dramatic i-report as the storm let hen henryville, indiana. >> we got to get out of the house. >> look at that! >> holy, cow, my friend lives right over there, too. >> in all the that storm system brought at least 42 tornados to ten states. >>> other news, syrian troops where expanding their violent crackdown on the opposition. lisa sylvester is monitor that and other top stories in "the situation room." what's going on. >> hi, wolf, according to a human rights group linked to the opposition, at least eight people were killed in cities across the country including a 14-year-old shot by a sniper. government security forces are stepping up raised and have detained hundreds of civilians. they say as many as 2,000 refugees have crossed into lebanon since yest
's home state, i'll give santorum west virginia, indiana, santorum, north carolina. okay? romney campaign is arguing with me, i'm doing this for a hypothetical reason. santorum is closing the gap, but romney is still getting delegates, and if gingg rf is still in the race, he can't close the gap. if the senator things it's ungracious to say mr. speaker, please get out, would you encourage other politicians to ask that? >> i appreciate that demonstration. i never heard the word if used so many times in a five-minute time span. >> i was giving all the states to your candidate. >> that's right, but you know, after tonight, i think it's going to be very interesting. the drum beat has begun, talking to newt gingrich, trying to get him out of the race, but like i said, we would flefrb do that. you know that, rick santorum would never do that. he's not that kind of guy. and it depends. wi have been calling on the conservative voters to unite behind us. this is another indication that proves we're not just a regional candidate. that's very important, and you know, if newt gingrich stays in, a lot
, illinois, and indiana. harrisburg, it hit the town just before 5:00 a.m. this morning. eric gregg said despite the loss of life and praurptoperty, his will endure. the images are stunning and disturbing. can you tell me when you found out about this? what you heard this morning when you woke up to this? >> well, actually, this morning, the alarm was going off, sirens were going off about ten till 5:00. i woke up, got my family up. i went outside and was trying to assess where the tornado was coming at. we had heard it was imminent, and it was just a very eerie feeling. actually, the wind calmed, where i live at in the northern part of the city. it got very quiet, and during the sirens, you could hear the roar, and it was just a very eerie moment for me and my family. and immediately, the radios started going off saying the tornado was on the ground, reeking havoc on the southern part of the community, and my son and i got into the vehicle and came out here. we were here on the site within about 20 minutes of the tornado coming through. and it was just absolute devastation. and this is
possibility the iranian government may have had a hand in her death. >>> also a tragedy in indiana. a family of five wiped out by a tornado. you'll hear from a man who tried to help them. >> i just saw death right there, i knew we were done at that moment. >> you saw death? >> at that moment i knew it was over. [ male announcer ] if you were building the perfect laptop you'd chose an intel core i7 processor for maximum processing power. you'd use carbon fiber and machined aluminum, to make it more beautiful and more durable. you'd even use edge-to-edge gorilla glass for a stunning display in a more compact form. everything that you would ever want in a laptop. introducing the dell xps 13 ultrabook. everything. and more. ♪ and here's what we did today: supported nearly 3 million steady jobs across our country... ... scientists, technicians, engineers, machinists... ... adding nearly 400 billion dollars to our economy... we're at work providing power to almost a quarter of our homes and businesses... ... and giving us cleaner rides to work and school... and tomorrow, we could do even more. c
you pictures from one of the most significant tornados today. this is henryville, indiana. about 30 miles north of louisville. the storm was on the ground for a very long time. we were live on tv here at cnn showing the tornado as it rolled along i-64 and then eventually it ran into henryville, indiana. here are some ground pictures of what that looks like. the destruction was left and right of the city. it crossed i-65 going right into the town. did hit the high school with a lot of damage there. no children were in that bus as it flipped over, thank goodness. take a look at some of the aerials, though, and they even make it look more horrific. you can look down and just see nothing. what was a house or what was a shed, completely gone. not even an indication of what that could have possibly have been. looking at this damage, we're looking at probably an ef-4 tornado. that's somewhere between 160 to 170 miles per hour. that would be very close to what we had just a few days ago in harrisburg, illinois. piers morgan tonight continues right after this. >>> he's not divisive. he's not
. the republican governor of indiana mitch daniel declared 11 counties to be disaster area. the governor of kentucky well copped federal workers in the state. kasich said no thanks. as one ohio resident put it, a normal governor with a minimal sl shred of competence or compassion would coordinate with fema and other agencies on the recovery. but here in ohio, kasich responded to the disaster with the type of leadership we've come to expect from him. joining me now is ohio congressman "time" rtim ryan. what is going on here and you're somewhat and other federal representatives are somewhat at the mercy of kasich's decision, are you not? >> the governor needs to ask for help it's not just me it's conservative republicans like jean schmitt in southwest ohio one of the most conservative people in the house of representatives saying government get on the stick we have people that are hurting. so yeah, we need to be asked by the sitting governor. >> well, this just in, we just received word late today that governor kasich reconsidered his decision and has asked fema to respond, what do you mak
of his stops in indiana. >> not only did he pass romney here, which is a government-run health care program that has insurance mandate, fines if you don't buy insurance, beating for the employer and the employee, and, of course, has all of these bells and whistles taos what policy you can buy, how you're going to buy it, who you're going to buy it from, just like obama care. >> that, of course, was rick santorum and not mitt romney, but i bet you knew that. senior cnn correspondent joe johns is in louisiana for oopsz tomorrow's republican prez kennke -- presidential primary. how much did they get on the campaign trail? >> reporter: well, candy, it was certainly one of the things driving the day, i think you could say that for a lot of reasons. number one, the in fact this is the anniversary of the president's plan, also the fact that the supreme court stake it up next week. kate talked a little bit about that. mitt romney in metairie, louisiana, kicked off the day talking about the health care plan quite a bit talking about repeal of the plan, replacement of the plan. he had an op e
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. frankly, rick santorum's campaign is lucky he is even on the ballot at all in the state of indiana. they had to contest the findings of the largest county in indiana because that county had initially said he had not turned in enough signatures to get on the ballot there. the rick santorum campaign is a mess. the rick santorum campaign is like a formula one race and everybody is in a formula one car, rick santorum is in a pinewood derby car. whatever you think about him as a candidate his campaign cannot seem to put its pants on one leg at a time. they can't do the basic stuff of running for president. the stuff that has nothing to do with whether or not you were popular, whether or not you have a lot of money, just means you're together enough to do the logistical paperwork, they have not been able to do that. frankly that makes it more amazing mitt romney is having a hard time beating this guy. but in the republican nominating process, rick santorum being a mess of a campaign has sort of been the least messy of all their messes. in a normal year with a normal political party runni
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